Vanderbilt prospects galore at the Nike Elite 100 Camp

David Sisk, Staff Writer
Vandy Sports

June has turned into the major month for basketball camps. With April, May, and July consuming all of the players' time, June offers several camps to occupy prospects during their summer vacation.

One to the top showcases is the Nike Elite 100 Camp in St. Louis, which took place this past weekend. It featured many of the top prospects in the 2019 and 2020 classes, in which most of these young men play on the Nike EYBL Circuit.

Vanderbilt was well represented with several prospects participating. Here is a look at the campers who have been getting interest from the Commodores.

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Shooting guard

3 STARS


Hopkinsville

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'1.0"

Wt: 170.0

Class: 2019

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POSITION

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NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Tandy started hearing from Bryce Drew last summer, as the new coach made it a priority to familiarize himself with the top young talent in the Nashville vicinity.

Tandy received an early Oklahoma offer, and got another from Florida within the past month. He holds offers from Western Kentucky, and New Mexico State as well. Tandy is also hearing from the likes of Kentucky, Louisville, Western Kentucky, Michigan, and Wake Forest.

Shooting guard

4 STARS


Hazel Green

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'3.0"

Wt: 160.0

Class: 2019

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POSITION

NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Lewis is another player who heard from the Vanderbilt staff early on. He has already visited the West End campus, and has talked the Vanderbilt staff numerous times since they could make direct contact with him on June 15.

He had offers as a sophomore from MTSU, Samford, Murray State, Alabama, and UAB. Since the beginning of June, he has picked up others from Dayton, Oklahoma State, and South Florida. Vanderbilt hasn't offered yet, but they are in heavy contact with the guard, as is Bruce Pearl and Auburn.

Shooting guard

3 STARS


Plano

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'1.0"

Wt: 160.0

Class: 2019

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POSITION

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NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



The son of former Oklahoma Sooners standout, Jeff Webster, attends the same high school as Vanderbilt post, Djery Baptiste. Webster has heard from the Commodore staff, and he says they like the way he plays.

He has offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa. He has heard from Vanderbilt, Texas Tech, Iowa, Oregon, Purdue, Kansas State, Notre Dame, and Rice.

Power forward

4 STARS


Racine

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'9.0"

Wt: 200.0

Class: 2019

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POSITION

NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



There are several reasons to like Days. He's a top sixty player in his class. He has a seven-foot wingspan, and he has a 4.4 GPA.

His father told s in an upcoming story that a Vanderbilt call carries "serious weight."

Days has offers from Marquette, Wisconsin, Illinois, Marquette, Tulane, UNLV, St. Louis and Kansas State. He has heard from over twenty schools since June 15, such as Vandy, Northwestern, Stanford, Notre Dame, Iowa, and Missouri just to name a few.

Expect VandySports.com to have a story up on Days later on this week.

Center

4 STARS


Normal

RR: 0.0

Ht: 6'9.0"

Wt: 225.0

Class: 2019

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POSITION

NATIONAL

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STATE

Commitment status:

undecided



Okoro has established himself as one of the top big men in the 2019 class. The Bradley Beal Elite post is teammates with Darius Garland, and therefore, has been under the microscope of the Vanderbilt coaching staff all spring.

Offers have come hot and heavy to Okoro since his freshman year in high school. They include ones from Illinois, Alabama, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Purdue, St. Louis, DePaul, Missouri, and Northwestern.

Vanderbilt actually offered Okoro all the way back in August of 2015, during the Kevin Stallings regime. To our knowledge, Bryce Drew would like a visit before extending an offer of his own, but expect that offer to come.

In other words, Vanderbilt will make Francis Okoro a serious priority in the 2019 class.

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